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The B E R. D E JOURNAL k, while taking this recipe, faft’afras-tea made a ver y p art y

The B E R. D E JOURNAL k, while taking this recipe, faft’afras-tea made a ver y p art y

tendency to, or relation ftrong, Co as havs the tea-pot filled with t h, the grand fubjea in debate. His digreffions, This is generally found to banifli the theu- which are many, and abounding with pleonafms, are fm,f and e»en ccntradlions of the joints, in a expreffive only of
23 June 1766 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
E D I NBUR G H." Frinted for and by Walter Fuddiman, John Richardson and Co^ p^ and fold*, thsir

E D I NBUR G H." Frinted for and by Walter Fuddiman, John Richardson and Co^ p^ and fold*, thsir

Piintuig-houfe ja che P'arliament-cl9^ e ?? where AfomifanenU and Suhfcripiums zxp ia^« 3
23 June 1766 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
POLITICAL CUE RIES.

POLITICAL CUE RIES.

WILL any onedafeto deny that a certain young D » -who is juft retired from office. kept that great office fome time after he had notified his intended re(ign»tion, only for want of the ad -n being able to get a fucceflor j Will any one deny that thofe f—ls were offered td, and r
23 June 1766 - Caledonian Mercury - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
furnifhcd wi 6. Oa T India mar., c with an I-'i.'y, capt. ' April: ht mirAl which 75 pi Richmond,

furnifhcd wi 6. Oa T India mar., c with an I-'i.'y, capt. ' April: ht mirAl which 75 pi Richmond,

Cooke, all f them, aruTai
23 June 1766 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Wants a Place, now or at Martinmafs,

Wants a Place, now or at Martinmafs,

A SINGLE MAN, qualified to overfee a Farm, and skilled in buying and felling of Cattle.—• He can give amoh Teftimonics of his good Character. Enquire at the Publiflierof this Paper. nitß jj E iTmted and Ibid James Chalmers, [Price Two Pence Half Penny.]
23 June 1766 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Arrived the Mails from France and Flanders. LONDON, Thursday, |une ig. From the Leyden Gazette. London, June 10. >Bf portion

Arrived the Mails from France and Flanders. LONDON, Thursday, |une ig. From the Leyden Gazette. London, June 10. >Bf portion

of the Princefs Caroline-Matilda, be- O w trothed to the King of Denmark, will be paid out of the ordinary revenues of the Crown. ’Tis faid that it will igo.oool, Ilerl, that the King authorifed to advance this fum; and that the Parliament will reimburfe it at the opening of the
23 June 1766 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
3*9*533 * i?. To pay and cloath:ng the militia —• 150,000 o 27. To difehargeunfatished claims and demands for expcnccs

3*9*533 * i?. To pay and cloath:ng the militia —• 150,000 o 27. To difehargeunfatished claims and demands for expcnccs

in Germany during the late war To the Landgrave of Hefle Caflel, tocompleat the payment of n;o,oool. IVipulated by treaty Monday morning their Roval Highncffcs gave audience of leave : and in the afternoon left the city, after having vifited every thing curious in it, to the gre
23 June 1766 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
I. O D N> June 17. Laft Saturday night, between the hours of ten and eleven, great number Journeymen Bakers,

I. O D N> June 17. Laft Saturday night, between the hours of ten and eleven, great number Journeymen Bakers,

fuppofed to inlluenced by their iuperiors, afl’embled, armed with cutlafi'es, bludgeons, See. betort the In ufcof Mr. Ilenderfon, Baker, in Kent-ftreet, near St. George’s jhurch, Southwark, (who for the benefit of the poor, and for the fake of ready money to fupport large family
23 June 1766 - Salisbury and Winchester Journal - Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
 
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23 June 1766 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
; and to appearance, nothing can exceed the fimplic'ty their diet. But, alasl there is very little religion, fenfe, or

; and to appearance, nothing can exceed the fimplic'ty their diet. But, alasl there is very little religion, fenfe, or

virtue amongft them prieHhood are the moft aigitious and abandoned o mankind for all their fanaity conftfts in lhaved heads, bare feet, and woollen garments, and fuch itmuft ever be, whileFortJgal adopts the lubTequent maxim Fear the man that thinks, the man that reads, and the
23 June 1766 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland